144 - OPPORTUNITY THINKING SERIES - Ann K. Johnson and Susan Woodcock on Authoring and Publishing

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Continuing our series of products brought to the market in our industry, Ann k. Johnson and Susan Woodcock share the stories of how they wrote and published their books.

Ann K. Johnson owns Sew Easy Windows LLC, a wholesale workroom in Ohio, established in 1992. She is the author of The Professional Workroom Handbook of Swags I & II, and publisher for Kitty Stein's Price Your Work With Confidence! Ann offers private workroom training, seminars, and hands-on classes in workroom fabrication, pattern drafting, efficiency, and pricing. Her topics are always fully packed with time-saving tips and techniques, delivered in a relaxed and light-hearted style. Ann has been a popular industry instructor since 2004. She teaches at Window Fashions IWCE and Custom Workroom Conference. She is a webinar instructor for WCAA & D&D Pro, and a representative for DreamDraper. She is a member of the Greater Cleveland Drapery Professionals and WCAA.

website: https://seweasywindows.com/ Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/SewEasyWindows/

Susan Woodcock owns Home Dec Gal, a how-to sewing resource and custom workroom in western North Carolina, and is a Bluprint (formerly Craftsy) instructor and international speaker. Susan’s comprehensive how-to book, Singer® Sewing Custom Curtains, Shades and Top Treatments was published in 2016.

Together with her husband, Rodger Walker, Susan co-produces the Custom Workroom Conference, an annual educational event and trade show. In 2017, Susan and Rodger founded Custom Workroom Technical Center or “Workroom Tech”, a hands-on training facility dedicated to the workroom industry.

She credits her mother with teaching her to sew and inspiring her career of creativity.

www.homedecgal.com

www.customworkroomconference.com

www.workroomtech.com

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